Research Seminar - 2016 - 2017

Our Research Seminar in Accounting & Taxation provides a forum for our faculty, PhD students, and invited speakers to present, discuss, and debate current research in a workshop-style format. Unless otherwise stated the seminars take place in room SO 318.

Contact: Jannis Bischof

September 7
David Veenman: "Do Investors Fully Unravel Persistent Pessimism in Analysts' Earnings Forecasts"
University of Amsterdam

September 28 
Igor Goncharov: "Do central banks face a positive-profit constraint?"
Lancaster University

October 4
Tim Baldenius: "Biased Boards"
NYU Stern School of Business

October 4/5
MaTax Conference - see separate schedule

October 19
Thomas Hemmer: "Optimal Dynamic Relative Performance Evaluation"
Rice University, Jones Graduate School of Business

October 26
Kathleen Andries: "The Effect of Corporate Taxation on Bank Transparency:
Evidence from Loan Loss Provisions"
WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

November 2
Saskia Kohlhase: "The Effect of International Taxation on Multinationals’ Organizational Form Choices"
Erasmus University Rotterdam

November 16
Jürgen Ernstberger: "Academic Practitioner Auditors"
TUM School of Management

November 30
Katherine Schipper: "Qualitative Characteristics of Financial Reporting Errors Deemed Immaterial by Managers"
Duke University, Fuqua School of Business

December 7
Eva Labro: "Updating Accounting Systems: Long-Run Evidence from the Health Care Sector"
University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School

February 1
Marcus Witzky: "Professional Backgrounds of Accounting Standard Setters and Changes in the Current Value Orientation of IFRS“
London School of Economics

February 22
Giulia Redigolo: "Consistency in Guidance Characteristics“
Emory University

March 8
Hervé Stolowy: "Disclosures About Intangible Resources in M&A Press Releases and Quality of the Deal"
HEC Paris

March 10
Davide Cianciaruso: "On the Relation Between Earnings Smoothing and Investment Efficiency“
Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

March 15
Martin Holzhacker: "Relative Performance Evaluation and Synergies from Cooperation" 
Michigan State University, Eli Broad College of Business

March 22
Karthik Ramanna: "Capture and Competition" 
Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford

March 29
Scott Liao: "What Does The Predictiveness And Informativeness Of Analysts' Provision Forecasts Tell Us About Expected Credit Loss Recognition?"
University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

April 26
Adrian Kubata: "Stock Price Associations with Expected and Unexpected Earnings"
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster 

May 31
Daniele Macciocchi: "The Relative Importance of Accounting Information in the Governance of Family Firms"
University of Utah, David Eccles School of Business

June 7
Beatriz Garcia Osma: "Conditional Conservatism and Management Earnings Forecasts" 
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid 

June 14
Gaizka Ormazábal: "Does the Public Disclosure of the SEC's Oversight Actions Matter?"
IESE Business School, University of Navarra 

June 20
Iván Marinovic: "CEO Horizon, Optimal Pay Duration and the Escalation of Short-Termism"
Stanford